Erie Co. Sheriff: No table slamming at Bills game this weekend

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If you’ve been to a Bills game in recent years, you’ve likely seen someone, at some point, fly through the air and through a table during tailgate activities. But that could change this weekend.

The Erie County Sheriff’s Office is warning Bills fans who break tables at this Sunday’s home opener could be kicked out.

The warning comes as part of a guidance post by the sheriff’s office ahead of this weekend’s game.

In the post, the Erie County Sheriff provides information about parking, ticket information and traffic warnings for New Era Field. The sheriff also warns of drunken behavior by fans.

They write: “Deputies will be focusing on eliminating excessive consumption of alcohol and checking for glass bottles. Also, fans and tailgaters are reminded that the Fan Code of Conduct, which promotes responsible tailgating, extends to the parking lots.”

The sheriff adds, “Table Slamming is not permitted and violators will be ejected and could face criminal charges.”

Josh Allen will start behind center as the Bills welcome the Chargers on Sunday. Kickoff is at 1 p.m. If you aren’t going to Orchard Park for the game, you can watch it on News 8.

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